See the waxing and waning trendiness of these three spooky staples in movies and TV.
Summer is dead. Long live summer movies!
The people (or 100 of them) have spoken.
Starting on Friday.
The movie brought in $81 million while The Lone Ranger flopped.
But every movie in the top five broke $20 million.
Vulture asked a card-carrying scientist to watch the Brad Pitt blockbuster and report back on whether it holds up under a microscope.
Matthew Fox's curious five-minute role explained.
Four theories on that long, distracting mane.
So does Brad Pitt.
Brad Pitt's zombie movie isn't Hollywood's first rough rodeo.
It's called "Asthma Man," and he made it up himself.
In the end, it's just another damn zombie movie.
Long hair! Short hair! Glasses! Many, many glasses.
It's cheap, it's lazy, and it needs to stop.
Watch out, zombies, Brad Pitt has a family to protect.
Six shouted their loudest to be heard over the game.
So many zombies.
As they head into reshoots with an unclear game plan, Marc Forster must relay his notes through an intermediary.
Don't hold your breath for that trilogy.
The Brad Pitt zombie movie is getting a major overhaul.
"My jaw gets so tight."
Says a guy.
And all their movie weapons were confiscated.